The Life Project (Bath)

Englishcombe | Disability Logo


Raised in 2024




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The values of The Life Project (Bath) – creative, inclusive, enabling, community – are at the heart of who we are and what we do. These values have strong roots in Christian teaching and practice, whilst also being accessible and meaningful for all – regardless of background. We believe that every person is unique – fearfully and wonderfully made – and is a valuable gift to the world and our community.

We run day-time activity sessions for adults with learning disabilities at our beautiful rural location in Englishcombe village. Our Day Services are open to all, whatever your background - we are non-discriminatory and uphold the protective characteristics of Equality Act (2010).

For more than 20 years we have also run our Springs fellowship group for adults from across the Bath area. The group is open to all but has distinctly Christian content and is designed to encourage and support adults with learning disabilities in their Christian faith.

We also aim to support Parent Carers and other family members of adults with learning disabilities - offering retreats and socials throughout the year.

Throughout the year we organise social activities designed for those we support plus friends and family members, but we welcome others who want to join in. Rambles, barn dancing, bowling and pizza-making alongside an annual curry evening – all make for fun times and fellowship.

Localgiving is a great way to donate but some people prefer to give directly via bank transfer, if this is you please visit our website where you can find our relevant bank details and gift aid form -  

What your gift could provide


pays for seeds and plants for our allotment project


pays an Activity Leader for about 2 hours


contributes to piloting new group activities

Our details

07708 217901

£1.40k raised from 2 pages

LEJoG- Lands End to John o Groats Cycle Ride 2024

£666.25 raised since June 2024

Matt’s Team Fundraiser for The Life Project Bath

£731.25 raised since April 2024